Explore Heart And Souls, Artist Studios and more!

Explore related topics

Andrew Masullo’s canvases are like eye candy for the heart and soul (photo courtesy Mary Boone Gallery)

Andrew Masullo’s canvases are like eye candy for the heart and soul (photo courtesy Mary Boone Gallery)

It can begin with a memory, an object, an observation, something I read. Anything, really. When I was working abstractly, I would mentally store all of this information and approach a canvas using process as my starting point. Now that I'm working more representationally the hardest  part is choosing what to paint. After that gets decided, I'm freer to navigate off course, but I still like having a tangible thing nearby as a reference. I vary my approach to painting and don't think too much…

It can begin with a memory, an object, an observation, something I read. Anything, really. When I was working abstractly, I would mentally store all of this information and approach a canvas using process as my starting point. Now that I'm working more representationally the hardest part is choosing what to paint. After that gets decided, I'm freer to navigate off course, but I still like having a tangible thing nearby as a reference. I vary my approach to painting and don't think too much…

Phyllida Barlow. Fifty Years of Drawing, 2014; installation view, Hauser & Wirth, London. Courtesy of the Artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Alex Delfanne.

Fifty Years of Drawing, installation view, Hauser & Wirth, London. Courtesy of the Artist and Hauser & Wirth.

Q & A with Melissa Oresky

Q & A with Melissa Oresky

Q & A with Melissa Oresky

How Betty Woodman Became The Queen Of Ceramics | The Huffington Post

How Betty Woodman Became The Queen Of Ceramics

Mixed Media on Canvas 20" x 20" Biddy Hodgkinson

Mixed Media on Canvas x Biddy Hodgkinson

Tomory Dodge

Tomory Dodge, oil on canvas, dimensions unknown

Mary Heilmann at Crown Point Press - YouTube

Mary Heilmann speaks about her prints

Pinterest
Search